Suspicious bag at OR Tambo Airport was not part of simulation drill, police say: Police say they cannot confirm whether there was a bomb in the unattended bag found at OR Tambo International Airport.
Psychologist’s report still outstanding in ‘Springs house of horrors’ case: The trial of the man dubbed the “Springs monster”, and his wife, who are accused of the decade-long abuse of their five children, has been postponed in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, due to an outstanding psychologist’s report.
Suspected underworld kingpin, co-accused appear in Joburg court: Suspected underworld kingpin Nafiz Modack and co-accused Jacques Cronje have made a brief appearance in the Wynberg Regional Court in Johannesburg in connection with extortion and intimidation allegations.
Atul Gupta affidavit signed in Dubai: Controversial Gupta brother Atul was in Dubai when he signed the affidavit that forms part of his application to have a preservation order obtained against him set aside, it has emerged.
OR Tambo evacuated because of unattended bag: OR Tambo International Airport has had to be evacuated after officials found an unattended bag.
Whiteley: We were our own worst enemy: Lions captain Warren Whiteley was not overly happy with his side’s performance in their 26-19 win over the Sharks on Saturday.
AARTO update: ‘Last chance for SA motorists to speak up’ – JPSA: ‘This will affect law abiding citizens and delinquent motorists alike,’ says JPSA as the controversial AARTO amendment bill, and with it the driver demerit system, moves a step closer to implementation in South Africa.
Swys ‘relieved’ with ‘sweet’ Lions win: Lions coach Swys de Bruin was relieved to get his first win under the belt when his side beat the Sharks on Saturday.
Springs monster trial in court for the first time in 2018: The trial of the man dubbed the “Springs monster” and his wife, accused of the decade-long abuse of their five children, continues for the first time this year in the High Court in Pretoria.
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